Understanding live cells at the single molecule level is the most important and single major challenge facing biology and medicine today. Nanobiology focuses on the properties and structure of complex assemblies of biomolecules—biochips and molecular motors, for example—in conjunction with distinctive surfaces, rods, dots, and materials of nanoscience. Nano Cell Biology will describe the current applications of nanobiology to the study of the structure, function, and metabolic processes of cells.
*Provides historical background on this newly emerging field
*Covers the latest application of new instrumentation in the field
*Detailed protocols in the study of live cells at the nanometer level
*Discusses future technologies and their applications in the study of living cells.
Researchers in cell, molecular and developmental biology.
Table of Contents
Historical Perspective on Instrumentation and study of living cells
Invention of Nano Tools
Birth of NanoCellBiology
New understandings of live cells at a molecular level
Future developments of tools and technologies for the study of living cells